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— Hmi»«h<,l<l Artl< !<• for Vol t«t*»1
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I V»aAlr,n*ae ■ Typhoid Fe»er»,
1 Eradicates |r H| « UU ri>, s_i-
_ MIAT.A"ftTA ■ TRt '" n , Ulcerated.
■ «____!_. ■ Sore Throat, 8in„l
_lCon_*;lou» |_lHcar..>R. Ptrsons wnrtinKitn
she Sick should use it freely. Scarlet Fever has
never been known to spread where the Fluid was
used. Yellow Fever has been cured with it after
Mack vomit had taken place. The worst
cases of Diphtheria yield to it.
Fevered and Slek Per-1 SMALL-POX
tons refreshed and j and
Bed Sores prevent- i PITTING of Small
•d by bathing with p ox PBEVENTEW
Darbys Fluid. . _ _. _ _ r _
Impure Air made L A m mter """*" fa r n -
harmless and purified. ! ffl" *J_ ta , ken ," v " h
ror Sore Throa. it is a I KM' 'P?"' ! ,'.' sc , d ,he
wrecure. Fluid ; 'he pat.ent was
Contagion destroyed. InD d c "' n ™». was not
For (Wed Feet, ] V tl tf. and J™ »„ ou '
Chilblains, Piles, ' the house again in three
..I*. ! weeks, and no olh«:r«
»'<* jt =1 £ £"*-
Soft WhlteComplex- ' INSON ' Philadelphia.
ions seemed by use QHBOHHHHHBHB
4M|» Fever prevepted. ■ **
To purify the I treat!., ■ Dl_htllOria ■
Cleanse the Teeth. ■ ■**__«"»»-»*«•
it can't be surpassed. I ft _ J I
Catarrh relieved and ■ JLTSVCntOCL H
Burns relieved instantly. I The physicians here
Scars-prevented, use Darby* Fluid very
Dysentery cui-ed. | sircccss rulfyintlH- trcat-
Woiuid* healed rapidly, j ment of Diphtheria.
«unrvy cured. A. Stoi.lknwbkck.
An Antidote for Animal Greensboro, AU.
or Vegetable Poisons. ' _ ...
Stings, etc. Tetter d.t«d up.
I used the Fluid during Cholera prevented.
our present affliction with Ulcers purified and
Scarlet Fever with de- healed.
Hded advantage. It is In eases of T>eath it
indispens ible to tbe sick- should be uaed about
room. — Wm. F. Sand- the corpse —it will
•pord. Eyrie. AU. prevent any unplcus-
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The eminent Phy-
■<3a««la+ Vm*a-hI -*I<:an,J.MAKION
■acarioir Gvorffl hims, m. i>.. ni>»
H I York, s;iys: "I am
I CuTSC?. B ' conv ' ni;e( j Prof. Darbys
Vanderbllt Univeixity, Nashville. Term.
I testify to the most excellent qualities of Prof.
Darbys Prophylactic Fluid. As a disinfectant and
letergent it is both theoretically and practically
superior to any preparation with which I am ac-
quainted.—N. T. Lupton, Prof. Chemistry.
Darbys Fluid to Recommended by
Hon. Alexander H. Stephens, of Georgia;
Rev. Chas. F. Deems* D.D., Church of the
Strangers, N. V.;
Jos. LkContb,Columbia, P»f.,University,S.C.
Rev. A, J. Battle, Prof, Mercer University;
Rer. Geo. F. Piiikce, Bishop M. E. Church.
tWDISPENSABLK TO EVERY HOME.
Perfectly harmless. Used internally or
externally for Man or Beast.
Tke Fluid has been thoroughly tested, and we
hare abundant evidence that it bas done everything
here claimed. For fuller information get of your
Druggist a pamphlet or send to the proprietors,
J. H. ZEIUN ft CO.,
Manufacturing Chemists, PHILADELPHIA.
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__ 10} Sixth Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Funk & Ray, Agents, Winchester, Va.
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ainke great pay. Reader, if you want lan
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tha time, write for particulars to
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Stephens City, Va.
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md on the most reasonable terms. 1 guar
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Recollections of the Old Valley j
The following is a very interesting
reminiscence of tlje Valley wagon
route in old times, gathered by Major
J. M. MoCue, in a trip to Winchester,
and written 'to that sterling paper,
The Industrial South. The writer
Such a history as I here att#mpt to]
■set forth, imperfect a* I L_* * *
! may be said to be milestones indicat-
I ing the progress of*our country. Few
I now surviving who can re
; [ cannot but believe will be
"ting narrative of the wagon
m Baltimore, ftrst, to the town
ville, Tennessee, and then j
ichester to Knoxville. .1 am !
ust have been very near the
M present century when this j
;an. It cannot now be ex- ,
vny it was that the villages!
>wn (now Stephens City) and
iyal became more prominent
other points in Virginia or !
las identified with it. This i
ticularly so with Newtown, |
r more than half a century
the supremacy in building
tig out the immense Wagons,
if sustaining 4,500 to 5,000
■f freight. The wood work
;st material was made some
the same man who had them
The pitch in front and rear
lodies, surmounted by bows
et, was suoh that four or five
Id shelter under the projec
tion. The harness was very heavy,
and the traces, breast and tongue
chains of twisted links, and tire, and
all the iron used, was of the best bar,
made by Miller, Arthur, Newman,
Blackford, Pennybaker and others.—*
They cost from $150 to $200. The
horses, six to a wagon, were of the
heaviest and best quality at that day,
and could be bought at from $75 to
$125. The average time taken from
BALTIMORE TO KNOXVILLE
was thirty-five to forty-five days, de
pendent on the softness or dryness of
It was my good fortune to encoun
ter a venerable man in Winchester
who is the last survivor that I have
any knowledge of, capable of giving
such a narrative, as I trust your read
ers will regard this. I have long con
templated suoh a sketch as furnishing
an interesting knk in the history of
the past. Frederick G. Rosenberger,
now in the seventy-fifth year of his
age, is my authority for the facts set
forth. Ha was bora an the edge of
Frederick and Berkeley near Bunker
Hill—was brought up in a mill. At
seventeen he took charge of a team,
and in 1831 set out as a wagoner be
tween Baltimore and Knoxville. He
gave me the name of Frederick Shuliz
as the most prominent builder of these
wagons, in his boyhood, in Winches
ter, where he carried on the business
extensively. On the close of the Win
chester and Knoxville trade, he remo
ved, or his descendants did, to Janes
ville, Ohio, where their skill soon st-1
traded notice. A company was form
ed, of which they are the head, and it
is this company that are now sending
out the "Brown" wagon from Dan to
Bersheba, at $75 up to $125. Philip
Shearer was another in Winchester.
i AT NEWTOWN,
John Grove, Thornton McLeod, Jacob
Cline, John Long, John Crider, Moses
Barker, Peter Keeding, William Frai
ley, Jacob Lemley, John Stevens and
Abraham Piper. At that day the
prosperity of the town was in marked
contrast to its present condition—its
population 800 to I.ooo—now perhaps
500. The names on the hind end-gate
advertises the makers extensively. It
is important to bear in mind that
there was not a mile of macadamized
road then between Baltimore and
Knoxville, and tb# only short bit of
graded road was on the Allegheny
mountains, near Christiansburg, only
a few miles, where a toll-gate, the only
one on the road, was found. From
six to eight wagons traveled in com
pany, and the long trains presented a
very picturesqe spectacle. I cannot
I recall the stands between
BALTIMORE AND WINCHESTER,
in the six days drive, but as there are
many interesting incidents that de
serve preservation, I will mention the
I other stands as nearly as I can recall
them, their owner's names, and inci
dents connected with them. From
Winchester to David Dinges' (pro
nounced Deenis), was the first drive.
The i-econd to Jacob Pence's at Haw
kinstown; the third to Syber'sat New
Market. Before the Staunton and
Winchester pike was made the wag
oner bore to the left via Keezletown,
being made comfortable by Geo. Kee
zle, whicli was the fourth stand. The
fifth was Peter Hanger's, grandfather
of Major M. Hanger, After the mac
ndaxized road was made, this stand
became the property of Colonel Sam.
Hatisberger, for several years superin
tendent of this road, when it was Wil
low Spout. The sixth was Brown's,
at the Cross Key's, a few miles east of
the village of Greenville ; the seventh,
Midway, or Steele's, on line between
McDowell, of the Revolution, father
of Governor James Mcftowell, Mrs. j
Thomas H. Benton, and Mrs. Susan j
Taylor, whose husband represented
the district in Congress; the ninth,
pairing Lexington to Douglass, in Buf- ■
falo; the tenth to Fancy Hill; the
Charles Kepler*, at Amsterdam ; U»j
thirteenth to Samuel , just east of
Salem ; the fourteenth, Captain James
Barnett'g, at Big Spring, in Montgom
ery ; fifteenth to toll-gate three miles
eaßt of Ohristiansburg; the sixteenth,
lunasI unas Ingle's, New River; the
to Possum Hollow, Gra
or a mile farther to Joe Howe's;
ghteenth to Henry Sprinkle's,
dies east of Wytheville, a man
3 —a Pennsylvanian by birth,
very extensive manufacturer of
hats, aud whiskey ; the nineteenth to
John Straw's, near Mt. Airy, and the
dividing ridge between New River
and Holston ; the twentieth to Seven
Mile Ford, on the Holston ; the twen
ty-first, a abort drrrw*® -Ovorge Olev
enger's, Abingdon ; the twenty-second
to Peter Hickman's, fifteen miles, who
was on the road to Blountsville and
Jonesboro. He was a big negro-trader
an JMealer in cattle brought from Ken-.
[ tacky, Tennessee and North Carolina.
, Col. Sam. Goodson and Col, Jas. James
j By ere were not far off, and often found
there. The twenty-third to Kings
port, or the Boatyard, as it was called,
on the Holston. Here, our wagoner
met for the first time I
just beginning to loom up into notori
ety. The twenty-fourth toWm. Line's
at Ilawkiusbille, owner of a mill, tan
yard, store, and made an immense
quantity of bacon. The trade to" Kno
xville by flat-boats was very large, and
Brownlow went down on one of them
the first time he met him. The twen
-11 to Elizabethtown, county seat
ter ; big trade in corn, iron, ba
c, at that day. The twenty
leaving Rogersville three miles
left, to old James McClure's, a
ian. Tie twenty-seventh to
Villiams', Rocky Spring, owning
! farm, many slaves, and enter-j
j ta-nea at his big hotel a large travel
out of Kentucky—drove> of hogs,
j cattle, &c, going to Knoxville and
I Greenville. The twenty-eighth to
Whitehead's, at Bean's Station, a Ken
, tuekian, large landed estate, negroes I
[ and stock. The twenty-ninth to Ma- j
pit Spring, btx miles earl, of Knoxville.
Here was a large male and female)
school. On one occasion, when our
ler was here,
up, on his way home from Wash
,in a coach, with his private
iry and body servant and four
lite horses, and several outriders.
The school was at once dismissed, when
the old General appeared to be de
j lighted at meeting the children, shook
hands with them lifted the hats from
many of the boys' heads, rubbed them
with his hand, and said something
pleasant to each that they no doubt
i remembered to the day of their death.
Ij He met him again at Whiteville in
j 1836, when Rosenberger was driving
j six fine black horses—those at the
| wheel weighing 1,450 ponnds each.—
Jackson remembered him, af-1
interval of five years, and was
eased with his fine team. j
hirtieth drive was into Knox
rly in the day, giving time to
tnd take in the return load of
sometimes genseng, Sen 'Ca
lot, in sacks ot' 150 to 40Q >bs.,
, feathers, dried peaches, &<;.
Mint paid on goods/rom Balti-
Knoxville was $5 50 to $6.00
, and about half that rate to
This trade was continued from Win
■r to Knoxille, over the maead
-1 road to Staunton, ten or more
after its. completion, and was
before the construction of the
amized road from Buchanan to
A very interesting number of Dem
■is popular and pleasing publiea-
Tho opening article, which is
rated, is 'Home, Sweet Home,
and its Author," contributed by Vir
litcomb. "Pictures from Rou-!
profusely illustrated, is of!
iterest, as i 9 "The House ol the
dours," by Lizzie T.Lewis.— j
June's "How We Live in New!
gives a glimpse of a working
home ; and the story "Out of
irld" is continued. The shorter
are contributed by Jennie Burr,
y Holroyd, Miss E. B, Chees
h, and Erie Douglas; while'
the poets of this number are
W. Bungay, Oarlotta Perry, I
lutohinaon and Adelaide VV'a'l
"Home Art and Home Corn-
Current Topics," various de
nts treating of fashion, house
jatteri, science and art, and h
of miscellaneous articles, corn
make Demorest's Manazine for
remarkably interesting num-
Che pictorial department is ex
the tine steel engraving, "The
(tiering," being after the cele
paiuting of F. Goodall, the no
glish artist, aud is not only a
ioimen of the engraver's skill,
yes an admirable idea of the
"the great pamter.
pretty much the whole population is
expected to engage in tree planting.!
This is an example -which might be i
followed with advantage in the East. I
With the rapid cutting down of woods
everywhere, in * few years timber will
become very valuable. There are]
places on almost ivery arm where
faring wifh the actual product.., f.,
cultivation. The matter is worth con-
Timberlate, Stickley & Giro |
Being now well established as such for |
Agricultural Machinery j
'for Field, P-trr SMB *' <• . r
inents; for Lumber of evei v Variety ; I
for Fertilizers of all appioved brands;
for Plaster, Salt, Fish, Coal, Oils of
nil kinds; Castings, lion, Steel, Nails,
and general Hardware; lor Heavy
and Fancy Groceries, and all
including Coffees, Teas, Sugars, Syr- i
tips, Molasses, Vinegar, Spices, Can-J
ned Fruits, Canned Vegetables, Can
ned Fish, Canned Meats, Dried Fruits,
Beans, Apple and Peach Butters, Can
dies, Tobaccos, Cigars, Cheese, Tin
ware, Stoves, Buckets, Baskets.Brooms
Horse Shoes, Grindstones, Large Iron
Kettles. We have determined to en
deavor to attract the attention of the
Wives and Daughters
of our widely by
adding to our stock the very best and
cheapest and prettiest
White Goods, Cottons, Yarns.Threads, [
Flower and Vegetable Seeds, Hosiery,
Mirrors. The justly celebrated
to color anything any color, with lit-
I tie trouble and expense, eith silk,wool, ■
cotton, feathers, carpet rags or chain.
In Boots and Shoes
we have the city made dress and the
home-made every-day article for b th
ladies and gentlemen A oh-iice line
ile Oil ■ jloths have
V - .-" , ' _'~i Jjjjßjjggmoent
I pate to be as useful in the family as
ii is indispensablea_ong fine ho
Wnen we are not paying the
| Highest Prices
going for Wheat, Corn, Bran, Lard,
' Butter, Eggs, Poultry, and everything
that the fanner has to sell, i> is be
cause we do not knots it at the mo
! ment and are open for information.
handsome and cheap Toilet Sets.
CHAS. E. SHRYOCK,
Will keep constantly on hand
I ALSO, VELVET AND OtOTH COV
METALIC COFFINS AND CASKET
Furnished on shortest notice.
Funerals attended promptly in tin
and adjoining counties.
i. F. Larriek, Proprietor
The Larriek Flouen i, n I/ftoeandl
comfortable, niitl well sdapted to fnmitk* or
] individuals who may wish Insecure hoard.
The tallies are always supplier' willilliej
best the market affords, and every attention
paid to the wants of guesls.
Conveyances and careful drivers can al
ways be secured at this house. Charge*
ITTT are always on the look
111 I I'll"" 1 '<>'■ chance's to incrcr'M
lMl I \ Htheir earnings, and in time
VI 111 I |l»eeonie wca'tliv; those wi.o
11 X'K/JJdo not hnpri.vc their opfior
tunities remain In poverty. We offer a big
chance to make money. We want many
men, women, hoys and girls to work for us
right in their own localities. Any one ran
do the work properly front [lie first stall.—
The liusinesß will pay morn than ten times
ordinary wages. Expensive out it furnish
ed free. No one who engages tails to make
I motley rapidly. You can dc \"i teyour whole
f time to the work, or only your spars mo
ments. Full information Hud all that is
j needed sent free. Address
Stinson& <'0.. i ' fame.
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* I The Leading Machine wherever
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. : .:.■■; Every farmer In the South should *
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. ''-'•■'-:■ :'■■•*":'. Catalogue of Reapers, Mow-
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PEIfJSTLVAHIA AND QUAKER Gin
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Cut More Smoothly, _,__ TUC BERT
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AnJ the Most Durable. JB
IN PACT. LEAD THE WORLD. !_■_ k__L___
Every Mower warranted. ___W
Buid roa I__c*t_t_> Oatsukidk. WK_J_ s_^__
PHILADELPHIA, PA. ™WeWmBMmBoWB&*
1 THE BEST WAGON ON WHEELS.
THE LIGHTEST RUNNING WAGON MADE.
Farmer* ami Teamsters In every locality will And It to their interest to look well into the
Merits of this WaouM before purchasing.
, WH. HARRISON, GRAND RAPIDS, MICH.)
mm Tie llEl::kgtc:t Socket
f|J||M WREMCIZ for CARRIAGES
Every Stable-keeper, Carriage Manufacturer
nil owners <<i \< a..oi;s or I arria,
&y•^omm\\\\\\\mo\W*»~ m should have one of these indispensable ___~__ j
discount t: the Mr.*, i«i . , -, v ?. t. p,i.,.. co P . r p«. j
HA~DWAR:_ TKADE. *£} ;;.. 2 «::i «*i_« :.uls I'_" t. 2 |». CO per Dm. I
I Wo will mail, prepaid, sample, r.poa receipt of T5 cents.
1 Address Sole Mani-tacturers,
REED & CO., HICGANUM, CONN.I
-Tothiiiggbortof Unmistakable T Tiff fl 11
Conferred upon tens of thousands of \A\ ||/l .lfllflMill
offerers could originate and maintain J UUI 111 I UUlllUUlli
lie reputation which Avion's Saksa- "
"vitiLi.a enjoys. It is a compound of
'lie best vegetable alteratives, with the FASHIONABLE
lodides of Potassium and Iron,—all
powerful, blood-making, blood-cleansing
jflbotual of aU remedies tor JBOOI *X SIIOC lIJUL6¥,
lons, mercurial, or blood disorders.
Uniformly successful and certain, it o-rnDrfniirc. nrmv tr a
produces rapid and complete cures of STEPHENS CITY, VA.
.Scrofula, Sores, Bolls, Humors. Pim
ples, Eruptions, Skin Diseases and all „ _~.,,. • , .
disorder*arising from Impurity of the " as removed to the building north ut
blood. By Its invigorating uflbctl it the M. E. Church, on Main street,
, Irregularities, and is . TnV\ 1
•>f waning vitality. For purifying the M en s and Children s tine Boots and
hlood it has no equal. It tone's up the fcihoea maile to order in the most fash
.ystem, restores and preserves the ionable manner, and of the very best-
Koftb,Vv , ve.i 1 ,w |, it r f S , V !- , ' r f' Ul < ; UP, '" y ' '«•**", which he guarantees login
for lorty years it has been in extensive .■ c V- i c. j i i-ii
lse. and is to-day the most available "3 tlßf *°. tIOD ! > s to tit and durability.-—
aedicine for the suffering sick. "Repairing clone neatly and at reabona
l-'or sale by all <lru;-;-ists. ble rates. A liberal" share of patron
._, ~ __~ ** age is solicited. 14ru6
fcsSacksmith Shop. ■—
Ti<e imder«l.»ned he« rented Ihe shop for- Somethitlg NeW
merly ooenpted by B. T. Airtubrlght, t_d « -tvi —i~~v f> a
will carry on the bliuiksmithmif bußaoaa i_l f\ f\j I_J vx (._/ K.J 1 ) j
1 all its various branches, _ , ..,„, __ ~ ■ ■-, — ..... .
TT ~, c . ~ JAJIEB V. BAR(.'E>*T is mannfaetur-
Horse Shoaog a - ms , nt nh) residence, 2 i miles east of Ste.
All work entrusted to lilin will be done inphens City, the well known Rusiic ('hair,
the best manner and on the most reasons-of ihe very best hickory wood, and war
ble terms. All he t_ts is a trial. runted to last a life-time. P. O. address—
1 li «8, A. RUST. (Stephens Oily, Va. 37y